Career
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HCC’s School
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Train Today. Job Tomorrow.
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School of Continuing Education
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School of Continuing Education
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Campus Office Hours:

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Centra...
Program Location by College
Business

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Child Development

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Program Location by College
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Median Salary
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Accelerated Teacher

Median Salary
Median Salary

Teacher, Elementary

$49,...
Financial Aid 2013-2014
Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
2013-2014

Important Requi...
Additional Financial Aid:

United Way THRIVE

Workforce Investment Act (WIA)
Programs

A network of organizations that sta...
Accelerated Teacher Certification Program
Annual Enrollment Periods

The Accelerated Teacher Certification Program’s missi...
Business and Professional Enrichment
Business and Professional Enrichment at the School of Continuing
Education is at the ...
BUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/business
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Construction Trades Certificates
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GED and Test Preparation
The General Education Development (GED) Test gives you the opportunity
to earn a high school equi...
GED test results
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is pleased to announce the launch
of its new automated system for orderi...
Health Certificates
HCC’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) offers state-of-the-art training
in the healthcare field! W...
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Information Technology Certificates
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SAP
SAP (System Applications and Products in Data Processing) classes are
geared for the professional using SAP in their o...
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  1. 1. Career Informer Spring 2014 HCC’s School of Continuing Education schedule of courses Train Today. Job Tomorrow. What’s HOT for Spring • Child Development Associate (CDA) • Multi-Family Property Management • Social Media for Business Certificate • Android Application Developer • HVAC • Welding • Truck Driving • Peace Officer • Windows Server 2008 • SAP • CNA • EKG Technician • EMS Workplace training IN Business Construction Trades Computers Health Careers Languages Public Safety Transportation checkoutHCC.com 713.718.5303
  2. 2. Business 713.718.7947 hccs.edu/ce/business Construction Trades 713.718.8901 hccs.edu/ce/construction Information Technology 713.718.2798/7641 hccs.edu/ce/it Health 713.718.7583 hccs.edu/ce/health Transportation 713.718.8200 hccs.edu/ce/ Transportation Online Continuing Education Online Continuing Education will take you there! • Hundreds of online courses to choose from • Take all courses from the ease of your home or offi ce Languages 713.718.7720 hccs.edu/ce/languages • Easy registration • Instructor-led and self-paced courses • Learn in-demand job skills • Re-train for a new career Public Safety Institute • New sessions begin monthly 713.718.5481/5480 hccs.edu/ce/psi Visit www.hccs.edu/ce/online or call 713.718.5303 for additional information.
  3. 3. School of Continuing Education Table of Contents Call List, Campus Office hours.................................................................. 2 Program Location by College.................................................................. 3-4 Median Salary List by Career...................................................................... 5 Financial Aid (TPEG).................................................................................... 6 Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program................................................... 7 Accelerated Teacher Certification Program & Classes.............................. 8 Business and Professional Enrichment...................................................... 9 Business Classes................................................................................... 10-12 Construction & Trades Certificates........................................................... 13 Construction & Trades Classes.................................................................. 14 GED and Test Preparation.......................................................................... 15 GED and Test Preparation Classes............................................................ 16 Health Certificates...................................................................................... 17 Health Classes....................................................................................... 18-19 Information Technology Certificate...................................................... 20-21 Cisco Academy at HCC.............................................................................. 21 Information Technology Classes.......................................................... 22-24 Languages and Citizenship (Spanish)................................................. 25-26 Languages Classes............................................................................... 26-28 Online Certificates................................................................................ 29-30 Message from the Director Online Classes....................................................................................... 31-40 “The Houston Community College School of Continuing Education faculty and staff are committed to providing outstanding instruction and services to our community in areas such as: business, languages, technology, construction, transportation, public safety and health. We are proud of the expertise our faculty brings to the classroom. Whether changing careers or updating your skills, the School of Continuing Education can help you achieve your goals. ” Public Safety Institute................................................................................ 41 Transportation....................................................................................... 42-43 General Information.................................................................................. 44 Enrollment Form........................................................................................ 46 Campus Locations Map............................................................................. 48 Kathy Housel Director, School of Continuing Education Board of Trustees School of Continuing Education Bruce Austin, Chair, District II Kathy Housel, Director, School of Continuing Education Matias Garza, Director, Operations Sandie Mullins, Vice Chair, District VI Eva L. Loredo, Secretary, District VIII The Class Schedule is an official publication of Houston Community College. It is published to coincide with the Spring, Summer and Fall Semesters. No part of this publication may be reproduced except for personal use by individual students or prospective students. Zeph Capo, District I Dr. Adriana Tamez, District III Carroll G. Robinson, District IV The information contained in this publication is intended as a guide for students and prospective students. Based on Board approval, the Houston Community College District reserves the right to change or modify its rules and regulations, the schedule of classes, fees, tuitions and other charges without notice. Robert Glaser, District V Neeta Sane, District VII Christopher W. Oliver, District IX Acting Chancellor, HCC HCC is committed to a workplace and educational environment free of discrimination and harassment based upon race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, status as a veteran, and/or sexual orientation. Renee Byas 1
  4. 4. School of Continuing Education Quick Reference Call List Campus Office Hours: General Information - 713.718.5303 Central College - 713.718.5303 Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Accelerated Teacher Certification - 713.718.2856 Coleman College for Health Sciences - 713.718.2244 Adult Education - 713.718.5400 Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Apprenticeship Programs - 713.718.6827 Northeast College - 713.718.8363 Business - 713.718.7947 Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Computers - 713.718.2798/7641 Northwest College - 713.718.5823 Corporate College - 713.718.5304 Katy Campus/ Spring Branch Campus - 713.718.5823 Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m GED & Test Preparation 713.718.7611 Alief CE Center - 713.718.8860 Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Construction/Trades - 713.718.8932 Health Careers - 713.718.7583 Southeast College - 713.718.7031 Languages & Citizenship - 713.718.7581/7720 Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Online Continuing Education - 713.718.5149 Southwest College Public Safety - 713.718.8363 Bluebonnet - 713.718.8932 West Loop - 713.718.7877 Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Transportation - 713.718.8200 Gulfton - 713.718.7720 Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Online Continuing Education (SYS/Online) 713.718.5149 Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 2
  5. 5. Program Location by College Business Central Northeast Northwest Southeast Child Development Southwest X Associate Human Resource X Certificate Certified Associate In X Project Management Multi-Family Property X Management Paralegal Certificate Payroll Specialist X X X X Certificate Construction Trades Machining Technician X X AutoCad I & II Stationary Engineering X Bilingual Residential X Wiring (Spanish and English) Bilingual Air X X Conditioning Air Conditioning X Technician I & !! Welding Technician I X (Bilingual) Welding Technician I X Intro To Plumbing X Health Certified Nurse Aide X X X X X X X X X Phlebotomy Technician X X EKG Technician X X X X X X X X Health Information Specialist Patient Care Technician X X Telemetry Technician X Information Technology A+ Certification Desktop Support & X Networking Specialist Program Plant Design X Management System (PDMS) Network + X Certification 3 X
  6. 6. Program Location by College Information Central Northeast Northwest Southeast Southwest Technology Server Administrator X 2008 MCITP) SAP X X CCNA-CISCO Certified X Network Associate CCNP-CISCO Network X Professional CCNA-Security X Languages English Language X X X X Skills Intro Intermediate and Advanced Courses English Reading and X Writing Pronunciation Skills X Grammar Skills X Public Safety Institute Peace Officer X Licensing and In-Service Training Transportation Truck Driving X Teen Driver Education X Adult Driver Education X Freight Broker Training X X Accelerated Teacher Accelerated Teacher X Certification Program 4 X
  7. 7. Median Salary Continuing Education Certificate Accelerated Teacher Median Salary Median Salary Teacher, Elementary $49,800 Teacher, Secondary $51,300 Business Median Salary Human Resource Specialist $55,000 Property Manager $59,000 Accounting Assistant $32,400 Paralegal $45,100 Conctruction & Trades Median Salary Electrician $40,700 HVAC Technician $36,600 Machinist $37 ,600 Welder $34,900 Health Median Salary Health Information Technician $35,000 Certified Nurse Aide $20,800 Patient Care Technician $20,800 Phlebotomist $26,300 EKG Technician $43,000 Telemetry Technician $30,862 Information Technology Median Salary A+ Certification $83,000 AutoCad Draftsman $48,700 CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate) $73,600 Computer Programmer $72,000 Network & Computer System Administrator $82,000 Public Safety Institute Median Salary Emergency Medical Technician $28,000 Firefighter $48,000 Police Officer $49,700 Transportation Truck Driver Median Salary $35,000 5
  8. 8. Financial Aid 2013-2014 Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) 2013-2014 Important Requirements for TPEG Recipients Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG) funds are available for qualified students in the following Marketable Skills Awards (MSA) certificates. The TPEG is a grant designed to help Texas resident students cover his/ her tuition, fees, when these expenses exceed the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) reported on their Student Aid Report. (SAR) • • • • • Eligible MSA Certificates • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Bilingual Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Certified Nurse Aide for the English Language Learner Child Development Associate Cisco Certified Network Administrator Cisco Certified Network Professional Desktop Support and Network Specialist Program Health Information Specialist Patient Care Technician Property Management Truck Driving Welding • • You must be Texas Resident You must have a high school diploma or GED You must be a U.S citizen or eligible non-citizen You must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress Males must be registered for selective service or have proof of exception You must meet Federal Student Aid guidelines You must meet MSA Certificate requirement You must be registered into a course before TPEG can be posted to your account You must pass all registered program coursework in order for subsequent coursework to be funded. You are not allowed to pursue another MSA certificate without completing your current MSA certificate. Plan Ahead 2014-2015: • When applying for financial aid it is important to plan ahead. The entire financial aid process can take up to six weeks.Therefore, get started as soon as possible and complete all required forms. Application Process • The 2014-2015 FAFSA will be available January 1, 2014. The priority deadline for completing your FAFSA application is April 15th. You may submit your application after this date but the awarding process may be delayed. Step 1: Complete HCC Continuing Education Admission application at www.hccs.edu/application Step 2: Apply for Personal Identification Number at http://www.pin. ed.gov . If you are an independent, only you will need a PIN. If you are a dependent, you and one of your parents/guardians will also need to apply for a PIN. Your PIN will serve as your electronic signature the FAFSA application. • If you are currently working towards the completion of a MSA program and will need to take additional classes for the fall or if you will like to start a MSA program Fall 2014, it is preferable that you meet the April 15 deadline. Step 3: Complete the FAFSA application at www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete the FAFSA application, your current 1040 income tax information is required. In order for Financial Aid to view your application, please enter the HCC School Code: 010422 For more information visit: Step 4: Set-up a meeting with your MSA Certificate program representative. Bring a copy of your Student Aid Report (SAR) to the meeting. hccs.edu/ce call 713.718.8905 or email - finaid.ce@hccs.edu Step 5: Send an e-mail with your name, student ID and MSA program to the Financial Aid Department at finaid.ce@hccs.edu. Step 6: Eligibility status requirements will be determined in approximately 3-6 weeks after all required application documentation is received. Do not register for classes unless TPEG is approved. TPEG award notification will be sent via email. Step 7: Once award notification is received, coordinate start date with CE Staff or Program Manager in order to register for classes. Funds are awarded to eligible applicants on a first-come, first­served basis while funds are available. 6
  9. 9. Additional Financial Aid: United Way THRIVE Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Programs A network of organizations that stand ready to assist you in reaching your financial goals – services are free. ARE YOU READY TO…. Several CE programs are funded by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Individuals who qualify for this grant are determined on a case-by-case basis, while funds are available. Visit the Workforce Solutions website for a listing of offices around town to determine financial eligibility. (http://www.wrksolutions.com) EARN HIGHER WAGES • Do you want to increase your income? We can assist you to get the job you need now and build the career you want. • Does your resume need a second look? Want to learn interview tips? Wonder what employers need? How do you get that promotion? • We can assist you to improve your English, reading, writing, and speaking skills to get the job you want. Eligible Certificates: • • • • • • • • • • Accelerated Teacher Certification Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Bilingual Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Bilingual Residential Wiring CISCO Certified Network Administrator (CCNA) Introduction to Welding Using Multiple Processes Network and Computer Systems Administration PDMS SAP MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) Server Administrator CALL 2-1-1 and ask for a THRIVE specialist. SAVE MONEY • Work with an experienced financial coach to improve your credit, learn budgeting tricks, save for the future, and more. • Keep your hard earned money: enroll in a free checking account, avoid check cashing fees, and access safe low cost/interest loans. • Receive a 2 to 1 match on your savings for a home, business or education. (Income restrictions apply.) • Free tax preparation by IRS certified tax preparers to get your highest possible return at no cost. Funds are awarded to eligible applicants on a first-come, first­served basis while funds are available. Gulf Coast Community Services Association CALL 2-1-1 and ask for a THRIVE specialist. Ascension II Skills Scholarship Program (ASSP) BUY A HOME, A CAR, OR START YOUR OWN BUSINESS The ASSP is a part of GCCSA’s Ascension Series that is designed to provide empowering resources to individuals and families that are willing to put in the effort to empower themselves. The ASSP provides financial resources to prospective students and future professionals to enroll and complete one of several excellent certification programs.The ASSP serves as a great opportunity to gain certification in a discipline that can have life-changing benefits. • Low-interest, non-credit based loans for a car, small business, unexpected expenses or to build your credit. • Learn how to run a small business, develop a plan, and get started with a supportive community to answer your questions. • HUD approved courses and/or one-on-one help for buying a home of your own. For more information on this exciting opportunity please contact Leona Baker, Program Administrator at 713.393.4727 or bakerl@gccsa.org. Scholarship is given on first-come, first­served basis while funds are available. CALL 2-1-1 and ask for a THRIVE specialist. 7
  10. 10. Accelerated Teacher Certification Program Annual Enrollment Periods The Accelerated Teacher Certification Program’s mission is to prepare and train teacher candidates for Texas standard classroom certification in elementary and secondary education. Spring Enrollment – January of each year Summer Enrollment – May of each year Houston Community College — Accelerated Teacher Certification Program is accredited by the State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC) and TeXas Education Agency (TEA). Fall Enrollment – August of each year Houston Community College — Accelerated Teacher Certification Program is a No Child Left Behind (NCLB) rated program by SBEC and TEA. Accelerated Teacher Certification Program Program Description • • • • • • • • Prepares individuals with the skills and practices to be an effective classroom teacher. 216 contact hours in content training 103 contact hours in pedagogy training 30 contact hours of classroom observations 2 contact hours of field-based experience TEXES content and pedagogy exams One-year paid internship TEXES ESL exam (Generalist teachers only) BTLPT Spanish exam (Bilingual teachers only) • • • • • • • Free monthly information sessions, Certificates Offered • • • • • • • • • • • • • call today to start your teaching career. Generalist (EC-6 or 4-8) Bilingual Generalist (EC-6 or 4-8) English as a Second Language (Supplemental) English Language Arts & Reading/Social Studies (4-8) History (8-12) Social Studies (4-8 or 8-12) Life Sciences (8-12) Physical Sciences (8-12) Science (4-8 or 8-12) Mathematics (4-8 or 8-12) Physical Education (EC-12) Special Education (EC-12) Technology Applications (EC-12) 713.718.2856 or visit hccs.edu/acp Program Costs • • • • • • • • • • • Evening and Weekend Classes Financial Assistance Available Job Placement Assistance Small Class Sizes Mentor Support Paid one-year Internship Scholarship Opportunities Tuition $3,900 Application Fee $75 Books $300 TEXES Content exam $120 TEXES pedagogy exam $120 BTLPT Spanish eXam $120 TEXES ESL exam $120 Finger Print Identification $42 Finger Print Processing $10 Probationary Certificate $52 Standard Certificate $77 8
  11. 11. Business and Professional Enrichment Business and Professional Enrichment at the School of Continuing Education is at the forefront of providing business professional development. Whether you are an executive or person seeking a career change, we offer an array of exciting and innovative programs that provide opportunities for career advancement, career change, personal enrichment, and skill building to help you compete in our global economy. MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT This program provides training for individuals interested in the apartment leasing and management industry. RELE 1015 Property Management RELE 1091 Residential Law RELE 1091 Property Mgt. Software RELE 1091 Property Mgt. Leadership RELE 2088 Internships Total: 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,260 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 TPEG Eligible We can move you from the classroom to the workplace in less than a year. We can upgrade your current skills. Or, we can help you gain a brand new skill. Topics include: Paralegal, HR, Residential Property Management, Leadership, Child Development, Project Management and Payroll Specialist. Paralegal Certificate This program focuses on developing the critical reasoning, analytical skills and legal knowledge essential to succeed in today’s paralegal and law-related occupations. Call us now! We will assist you with finding the right business or professional development track. ML Young, SCE Program Director of Business LGLA 1091 Legal Research I LGLA 1091 Legal Research II LGLA 1091 Legal Research III LGLA 1091 TeXas Civil Litigation I LGLA 1091 TeXas Civil Litigation II LGLA 1091 TeXas Civil Litigation III Total: 96 hrs Certificate Cost: $810 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE This is a study of the principles of cognitive, physical, emotional and social development of children from birth through age five. CDEC 1017 Child Development Associate I CDEC 2022 Child Development Associate II CDEC 2024 Child Development Associate III Total: 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $900 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 TPEG Eligible 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs ACNT 1003 Introduction to Accounting I ACNT 1029 Payroll and Business TaX Accounting ACNT 1013 Computerized Accounting Applications BMGT 1091 I ntroduction to Human Resources/PeopleSoft Applications Total: 192 hrs Certificate Cost: $832 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 8 hrs 8 hrs 8 hrs 8 hrs 8 hrs CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT (CAPM) This certificate series prepares the student for the CAPM® exam and is designed for project team members, entry level project managers, undergraduate and graduate students. BMGT 1021 Project Management Fundamentals BMGT 1091 Successful Project Management BMGT 1091 Project Management Essentials and Best Practices BMGT 2006 CAPM Prep Total: 78 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,248 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 16 hrs 16 hrs 16 hrs 16 hrs 16 hrs 16 hrs Payroll Specialist Certificate The Payroll Specialist Marketable Skills Achievement Award prepares the student to perform activities associated with human resources, payroll transactions, payroll tax compliance and filing of all quarterly and yearly payroll tax reports required by company policies and government regulations. HUMAN RESOURCE CERTIFICATE This certificate will enhance the professional skills for human resource professionals, managers, and business owners. HRPO 1091 Introduction to Human Resources HRPO 1091 Organizational Development HRPO 1091 Talent Management HRPO 1091 Employee Relations HRPO 1091 Compensation and Benefits Total: 40 hrs - Certificate Cost: $830 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/business or 713.718.6772 32 hrs 12 hrs 16 hrs 20 hrs 64 hrs 8 hrs 14 hrs 32 hrs 24 hrs 9 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs
  12. 12. BUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/business NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date BUSINESS BMGT 2006 HRPO 1091 42905 MW 04/14/14-04/23/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 ENTREPRENEURSHIP & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 35815 TTh 11/21/13-12/12/13 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $384 CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE TRAINING I SWWLOP 233 Spring Branch Campus 35895 S 42849 M CDEC 1017 NECODW TBA 35909 T SWWLOP 233 CDEC 2022 35889 Th 01/16/14-05/06/14 11:00am-12:30pm 48 $208 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING NWSPBR HYBRI ACNT 1003 A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll. NECODW TBA West Loop Center CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE TRAINING III IBUS 1054 Spring Branch Campus Codwell Hall Campus 04/05/14-06/07/14 09:00am-03:30pm 48 $300 NWSPBR HYBRI Analysis of international marketing strategies using market trends, costs, forecasting, pricing, sourcing, and distribution factors. Development of an international export/import marketing plan. A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National (CDA). The six functional areas of study include safe, healthy, learning environment, self, social, and guidance. Pre-requisite CDA I. 42870 TTh 03/18/14-05/08/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 01/14/14-05/06/14 11:00am-12:30pm 48 $208 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT CEGAYHL TBA West Loop Center CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE TRAINING II HRPO 2001 Spring Branch Campus NWOCCE OCC South Campus 01/25/14-03/29/14 09:00am-03:30pm 48 $300 NWSPBR HYBRI NWSPBR HYBRI This course is designed to help students describe the basic issues involved in a compensation strategy, describe the basic considerations in understanding benefit programs and identify the basic issues involved in wage and salary administration. Continuing Education-NW 42877 MW 03/03/14-04/30/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 01/18/14-05/10/14 09:00am-10:30am 48 $208 02/10/14-05/05/14 09:30am-11:30am 48 $208 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Codwell Hall Campus 42876 MT 03/17/14-05/13/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 BUSG 1073 Overview of entrepreneurship as an economic development strategy. Includes community support systems for entrepreneurs. Based on the requirements for the Child Development Associate (CDA) National Credential. Topics on CDA overview, general observation skills, child growth, and development overview. 35977 TTh 01/14/14-03/06/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 CETBA TBA NWACEU 147 West Loop Center 42914 MW 04/02/14-04/28/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 24 $384 BLDG/ROOM Central Campus Alief - Bissonnet Campus Spring Branch Campus SWWLOP 233 35927 TTh 01/14/14-05/08/14 12:30pm-02:00pm 48 $208 CDEC 2024 A continuation of the requirements for the Child Development Associate credential (CDA). The three functional areas of study include family, program management, and professionalism. Pre-requisite CDA I and II. INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS NWSPBR TBA BUSG 1001 Fundamental business principles including structure, functions, resources, and operational processes. Continuing Education-NW Spring Branch Campus 35982 MT 01/06/14-03/04/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $300 COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS NWOCCE OCC 35893 Th HRPO 1091 01/16/14-05/08/14 09:30am-11:00am 48 $208 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES Students will learn about implementing, administering and tracking employee compensation and benefits. Topics covered include payroll, entitlement tracking and attendance. NWSPBR HYBRI HRPO 1091 This course is a basic overview of human resources and outlines the major functions, competencies and responsibilities involved in the field of human resources. Central Campus 42902 MW 03/17/14-03/26/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 Fee This course is an examination of employee relations policies, practices, and issues required to build strong employee relations. Topics include communication, employee conduct rules, etc. This course helps prepare students for the Project Management Institute (PMI, CAPM) certification exam. It is designed for entry-level to senior members of a project team who contribute specialized skills such as scheduling, logistics, or cost cutting. 42868 S Hours EMPLOYEE RELATIONS CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT EXAM PREP 35974 S Time Central Campus $166 CETBA TBA 36004 MW 02/03/14-02/12/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 $166 CETBA TBA $166 NWCNCO TBA Cinco Ranch 42911 TTh 04/15/14-04/24/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 8 10
  13. 13. BUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/business NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee LANDLORD-TENANT LAW BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date RELE 1091 SWWLOP 233 LGLA 1091 Learn how to use the law library, electronic resources and a range of other tools to analyze relevant primary and secondary law. LEGAL RESEARCH II 35993 TTh 01/14/14-05/08/14 05:00pm-07:30pm 80 $258 35991 S 01/18/14-05/10/14 08:00am-01:00pm 80 $258 SWWLOP 105 PEOPLESOFT APPLICATIONS, OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT LGLA 1091 35996 TTh 01/14/14-05/08/14 05:00pm-07:30pm 80 $258 PEOPLESOFT APPLICATIONS, TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT LGLA 1091 35999 TTh 01/14/14-05/08/14 05:00pm-07:30pm 80 $258 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I SWWLOP 105 35931 M 01/13/14-05/05/14 07:00pm-10:00pm 48 $208 35929 TTh 02/11/14-05/08/14 12:30pm-02:30pm 48 $208 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND BEST PRACTICES Central Campus CETBA TBA PeopleSoft Applications Software will be used to illustrate how an Enterprise Resource Program can have a far-reaching effect on the Human Resource Management structure of an organization. Emphasis will be placed on gaining practical hands-on knowledge, with various modules of an Enterprise Software Program, through the application of theory in a classroom/lab setting. BMGT 1091 West Loop Center 36029 MW 02/12/14-03/31/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 32 $512 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS Stafford Campus 01/18/14-05/10/14 08:00am-01:00pm 80 $258 SWWLOP 233 BMGT 1021 This course is an introduction to methods for planning and controlling projects. The course includes project management concepts and models, critical path, time and cost benefits analysis, and resource utilization. SWSTF2 E116 PEOPLESOFT APPLICATIONS, INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RESOURCES NWSPBR TBA NWSPBR TBA This course is intended as a prerequisite to the Project Management Professional (PMP) Exam Prep and the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM). It provides the mandatory classroom hours as well as the framework for organizational behaviors essential to mastering the advanced concepts of project management. PEOPLESOFT APPLICATIONS, INTERMEDIATE HUMAN RESOURCES BMGT 1094 35995 S ACNT 1025 Spring Branch Campus HRPO 1091 $166 SWSTF2 E116 This course covers the fundamentals of financial accounting, including double-entry accounting and the accounting cycle. Other topics include cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, liabilities, partnerships, corporations, statement of cash flows and interpretation of financial statements. Behavioral and legal approaches to the management of human resources in organizations. 42904 MW 03/31/14-04/09/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 BMGT 2031 Stafford Campus West Loop Center ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT SWSTF2 E116 A hands-on look at some of the major areas of reporting in enterprise resource software applications as illustrated through using PeopleSoft. Focus is on queries. SWWLOP 105 Legal Research III is a continuation of the first two modules of Legal Research and will assist students to convey concepts basic to the common law system, such as the function of the appellate courts, state desists and dictum. This module will continue the utilization of the law library, electronic resources and range of other tools to analyze primary and secondary law. Prerequisite (Legal Research I and II). 42918 TTh 03/25/14-04/15/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 BMGT 1095 Stafford Campus West Loop Center LEGAL RESEARCH III SWSTF2 E116 SWSTF2 E116 A hands-on look at enterprise recourses software using group work and case studies to simulate HR functions using PeopleSoft software to demonstrate. Legal Research II is a continuation of Legal Research I and will assist the students to convey the concept of authority in legal writing; to begin in depth study of legal research and familiarization of the law library. Prerequisite: (Legal Research I). 36033 TTh 02/18/14-03/20/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 BLDG/ROOM Stafford Campus West Loop Center 36032 TTh 01/21/14-02/13/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 Fee This course provides skill development in the performance of navigating an Enterprise Resource Software Program and explains the theory behind its operation. PeopleSoft Applications Software will be used to illustrate how an Enterprise Resource Program can have a far-reaching effect on an organization. A hands-on overview of navigating this type of software package, panels, the interface, understanding how data is stored, processes, and basic queries will be covered. West Loop Center LEGAL RESEARCH I Hours 1091 This course is a study of the role of a apartment leasing agents, landlordtenant policies, tenant leases, tenant relations, maintenance, reports, habitability laws, and the Fair Housing Act. 42889 TTh 02/25/14-03/04/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 12 $140 Time BMGT West Loop Center 36025 MW 01/13/14-01/22/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 8 11 $128 SWWLOP 233
  14. 14. BUSINESS - 713.718.7947 - hccs.edu/ce/business NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee PROPERTY MANAGEMENT BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date RELE 1015 42900 MW 02/24/14-03/05/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 8 42912 TTh 04/29/14-05/08/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 8 SWWLOP 233 TEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION II SWWLOP 233 RELE 1091 42864 MW 03/03/14-04/02/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 TEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION III SUCCESSFUL PROJECT MANAGEMENT NWACEU 147 LGLA 1091 Alief - Bissonnet Campus 42865 MW 04/07/14-04/30/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT WITH CRITICAL THINKING NWACEU 147 LEAD 1000 Development of leadership skills and critical thinking strategies that promote employment readiness, retention, advancement, and promotion. SWWLOP 233 BUSG 2009 Spring Branch Campus 35890 F NWKATY TBA NWSPBR HYBRI NWSPBR HYBRI BMGT 1091 This course will guide the student in the project management process including project selection and evaluation, the learner will gain skills in developing a project plan defining the scope, phases, milestone, goals, and purposes. West Loop Center 36026 MW 01/27/14-02/10/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 14 $224 LGLA 1091 Continuation of research analysis and preparation of documents necessary in civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions, responses, and judgments. Prerequisite: Texas Civil Litigation I/II. Spring Branch Campus 01/14/14-05/06/14 09:30am-11:00am 48 $208 01/18/14-05/10/14 10:30am-12:00pm 48 $208 NWACEU 147 Alief - Bissonnet Campus Katy Campus 35896 T 35897 S LGLA 1091 Continuation of research, analysis and preparation of documents necessary in civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions, responses, and judgments. Prerequisite: Texas Civil Litigation I. A course on how to start and operate a small business. Topics include facts about a small business, types of business ownership, essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financial needs, marketing strategies, and legal issues. 35910 M-Th 12/16/13-01/09/14 08:00am-12:00pm 48 $208 NWCNCO TBA 35972 MW 01/27/14-02/24/14 07:00pm-09:00pm 16 $135 West Loop Center SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT $166 Alief - Bissonnet Campus RELE 1091 This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property Management Certificate or Commercial Real Estate Certificate, or who want to better understand the basics of the real estate profession in regards to the law. In this course students will learn the leadership basics that may include conflict resolution and customer service, techniques to negotiate conflict and control anger, how personality types affect conflict and to identify the underlining causes of conflict, techniques for dealing effectively with customers, and students will study different customer types. 42894 TTh 03/11/14-03/27/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 16 $240 CETBA TBA This course will cover the research, analysis and preparation of documents necessary in civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motions, responses, and judgments. West Loop Center PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE $166 TEXAS CIVIL LITIGATION I This course is for individuals who are acquiring a Property Management Certificate or who want to better understand the basics of the Apartment Leasing Profession. In this course the student will learn how to use various computer software packages specific to residential property management. 42895 TTh 04/01/14-04/15/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 20 $260 HRPO 1091 Cinco Ranch RELE 2088 West Loop Center PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP BLDG/ROOM Central Campus SWWLOP 233 A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts in the property management industry. 42897 M-F 04/21/14-05/21/14 09:00am-05:00pm 64 $280 Fee This course is designed to help managers understand talent management processes in a way that will lead to better decision and engaged more employees. West Loop Center PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP Hours TALENT MANAGEMENT The role of the property manager, landlord policies, operational guidelines, leases, lease negotiations, tenant relations, maintenance, reports, habitability laws, and the Fair Housing Act. 36001 TTh 01/28/14-02/20/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 32 $340 Time SWWLOP 233 12 01/17/14-05/09/14 09:00am-11:00am 32 $179 NWSPBR HYBRI
  15. 15. Construction Trades Certificates The Construction and Trades Department offers a variety of courses for people who wish to become trained in various construction fields. The Construction and Trade Department offers fast-track training to meet the needs of today’s industry. BILINGUAL AIR CONDITIONING The class will prepare the students to work in apartment compleXes in air conditioning maintenance or assist in residential A/C installation and services. Students will learn field terminology in English to facilitate professional and technical growth. The Construction and Trades Department of the SCE offers courses to prepare students to start a career in the construction industry. These courses are designed to develop the basic skills needed to enter today’s workforce. From welding to HVAC the students receive the training to make them more competitive in today’s job market. Beginning with basic safety to hands on experience our students are given a full understanding of what is required of them to succeed in the construction industry. This allows them to not only be employed but also progress in their chosen field. HART 1041 Air Conditioning, Bilingual Total 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932/8926 TPEG Eligible & WIA Eligible 160 hrs AIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN I & II Introduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools and skills. Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors. Preparation for EPA certification. Whether you just starting out or changing careers let us help you achieve your goals. Tom Tynan, SCE Program Director of Construction and Trades Department HART 1038 Air Conditioning I 80 hrs HART 1005 Air Conditioning II 80 hrs Total 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 TPEG Eligible & WIA Eligible Machining Technician An introductory course that assists the student in understanding the machinist occupation in industry. The student begins by using basic machine tools such as the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventative maintenance. Welding Technician I (Bilingual) Introduction to Welding Multiple Processes: basic welding processes, including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). Students will learn field terminology in English to facilitate professional and technical growth. MCHN 1038 Basic Machining I 72 hrs MCHN 1041 Basic Machining II 72 hrs Total 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $960 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 WLDG 1007 Introduction to Welding Multiple Processes Total 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932/8926 TPEG Eligible & WIA Eligible AutoCAD, i & ii Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Systems--Identify CAD hardware and software for various types of CAD drafting; determine means of storing and sharing databases; and identify the compatibility of CAD drawings from various software and operating systems. 160 hrs Welding Technician I Introduction to Welding Multiple Processes: basic welding processes, including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). DFTG 1040 AutoCAD I 48 hrs DFTG 2011 AutoCAD II 32 hrs Total 80 hrs - Certificate Cost: $625 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 WLDG 1007 Introduction to Welding Multiple Processes 160 hrs Total 160 hrs - Certificate Cost: $980 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 STATIONARY ENGINEERING These courses are designed to help prepare students for the City of Houston Boiler Operator examination. SEST 1041 Stationary Engineering - 1st Grade License Review 80 hrs SEST 1091 Stationary Engineering - 2nd Grade License Review 80 hrs CBFM 1003 Stationary Engineering - 3rd Grade License Review 80 hrs Total 240 hrs - Certificate Cost: $960 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 TPEG Eligible & WIA Eligible Intro to Plumbing Development of skills and knowledge required to install drains, vents, water lines, gas lines, and plumbing fiXtures used in buildings. Instruction in the maintenance of plumbing common in all structures including replacement of components, repair and replacement of fixtures. PFPB 1003 Basic Plumbing 40 hrs Total 40 hrs - Certificate Cost: $268 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 BILINGUAL RESIDENTIAL WIRING (SPANISH AND ENGLISH) Students will study the principles of operation regarding electrical components and appliances utilized in single and multi-family dwellings. Basic Pipefitting, Solar Engergu Technology & Osha classes also offered. For more information, call 713.718.8932/8903 ELPT 1029 Residential Wiring, Bilingual 80 hrs Total 80 hrs - Certificate Cost: $497 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/construction or 713.718.8932 Espanol 713.718.8326 13
  16. 16. CONSTRUCTION TRADES - 713.718.8932 hccs.edu/ce/construction NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date HART 1041 Central Campus Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM CONSTRUCTION TRADES AIR CONDITIONING BILINGUAL 35945 S Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors. RESIDENTIAL WIRING, BILINGUAL 01/24/14-05/09/14 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 01/24/14-05/09/14 05:00pm-09:00pm CEJBW 106 CEJBW 106 Stafford Campus 35942 MTW 01/21/14-04/30/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 160 $980 35941 S 01/24/14-05/09/14 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 F 01/24/14-05/09/14 06:00pm-10:00pm AIR CONDITIONING I SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W112 Introduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools and skills. AIR CONDITIONING II ELPT 1029 Stafford Campus 35944 MTW 02/03/14-03/26/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $497 42855 S 02/15/14-05/03/14 08:00am-04:00pm 80 $497 42856 MTW 04/07/14-05/20/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $497 HART 1038 Stafford Campus 35937 MTW 01/21/14-04/01/14 06:00pm-9:00pm 80 $490 35939 S 01/25/14-03/08/14 08:00am-04:00pm 80 $490 F 01/25/14-03/08/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 35936 MTW 01/27/14-03/19/14 07:00am-11:00am 80 $490 35938 MTW 01/27/14-03/19/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $490 CEJBW 223 Students will study the principles of operation of electrical components and appliances utilized in single and multi-family dwellings. Students will learn the applications, selections and installation techniques of the most common electrical devices used in home and apartment buildings. Students will be able to perform and troubleshoot most common installations encountered in residential applications. Central Campus 35940 S F 01/25/14-04/05/14 08:00am-12:00pm 40 $268 SOLAR ENERGY TECHNOLOGY SWBLUE W113 SWBLUE W113 SWBLUE W113 HART 1093 This course prepares students for entry level employment as apprentices and helpers in the installation of solar electric (Photovoltaic) systems. Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. SWBLUE W106 SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W106 SWBLUE W112 HART 1005 Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors. Central Campus Stafford Campus STATIONARY ENGINEERING-1ST GRADE LICENSE REVIEW 42853 S 03/22/14-05/10/14 08:00am-04:00pm 80 $490 F 03/22/14-05/10/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 42850 MTW 03/31/14-05/13/14 07:00am-11:00am 80 $490 42852 MTW 03/31/14-05/13/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $490 42851 MTW 04/07/14-06/09/14 06:00pm-9:00pm 80 $490 AUTOCAD, BEGINNING 35946 S SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W106 SWBLUE W112 SWBLUE W106 AUTOCAD, INTERMEDIATE 35951 MW 02/03/14-05/12/14 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 BASIC PIPEFITTING SWSTF2 N114 Central Campus 35952 MW 02/03/14-05/12/14 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 BASIC PLUMBING CBFM 1003 An introduction to boiler maintenance procedures with emphasis on the various components associated with boilers. SWSTF2 N114 Central Campus 35950 MW 02/03/14-05/12/14 05:30pm-08:30pm 80 $320 CEJBW 221 WELDING USING MULTIPLE PROCESSES, INTRODUCTION PFPB 1008 WLDG 1007 Basic welding processes including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal are welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten are welding (GTAW). Central Campus 01/25/14-04/26/14 12:00pm-04:00pm 48 $497 CEJBW 221 STATIONARY ENGINEERING-3RD GRADE LICENSE REVIEW DFTG 2011 In this course, you will learn the mathematical operations necessary to calculate laying lengths of pipefittings for fabrication. Demonstrate safe use of hand tools and power tools; and identify materials used in pipefitting. 35947 S CBFM 1007 This course is designed to acquaint individuals with Stationary maintenance procedures for boiler installers. Individuals will be introduced to techniques used to analyze, troubleshoot, evaluate and diagnose instrumentation used to monitor boiler operations. This course conforms to the City of Houston’s code requirements for the boiler licensure exam. Stafford Campus 03/29/14-05/03/14 08:00am-02:30pm 32 $433 CEJBW 221 STATIONARY ENGINEERING-2ND GRADE LICENSE REVIEW DFTG 1040 Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) package and knowledge necessary to perform specific operations in a particular occupational setting. 42854 S SEST 1041 Central Campus Stafford Campus 01/18/14-03/08/14 08:00am-02:00pm 48 $589 CEJBW 223 Safe installation, operation, and maintenance procedures for boilers including total boiler analysis for maximum performance and efficiency of each system. Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) systems identify CAD hardware and software for various types of CAD drafting; determine means of storing and sharing databases; and identify the compatibility of CAD drawings from various software and operating systems. 35943 S 01/25/14-04/05/14 08:00am-12:00pm 40 $572 CEJBW 223 Central Campus PFPB 1003 35949 MTW 01/27/14-05/06/14 12:00pm-04:00pm 160 $980 35948 S 01/31/14-05/16/14 08:00am-04:00pm 160 $980 F 01/31/14-05/16/14 05:00pm-09:00pm Development of skills and knowledge required to install drains, vents, water lines, gas lines, and plumbing fixtures used in buildings. 14 CEJBW 118 CEJBW 118 CEJBW 118
  17. 17. GED and Test Preparation The General Education Development (GED) Test gives you the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma, which is accepted by many employers and Institutions of Higher Education (IHE). GED classes are offered at various campuses throughout HCC. These classes are in conjunction with the Adult High School offerings. Classes meet on : gED Language arts, reading CEC 0938 If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but know that you need some extra help in the Language Arts section of the test, then this hands-on class is for you. Through exercises completed both in and outside of class, participants will strengthen their level of reading comprehension and critical thinking abilities, and basic writing, editing and grammar skills. The course provides students with a skills review of English grammar, sentence structure and vocabulary. Pre-test and Posttest will be given. Instructional materials are provided • M/W or Tu/Th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m. • F 5:00 p.m. - 8:50 p.m. and Sat. 8:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. • Sat & Sun 8:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. gED mathematics cec 7649 If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but know that you need some extra help in the Math section of the test, then this handson class is for you. Through exercises completed both in and outside of class, participants will strengthen their abilities to work problems covering arithmetic, decimals, fractions, percentages, geometry, and basic algebra. Pre-test and Post-test will be given. Instructional materials are provided. locations • • • • • Northline Campus 8001 Fulton 77022 Spring Branch Campus 1010 W Sam Houston Pkwy N. 77043 Alief Continuing Education Center 13803 Bissonnet 77083 Missouri City Campus 5855 Sienna Springs Way 77459 Gulfton Center 5407 Gulfton 77081 gED social studies/science cec 7400 If you are interested in taking the GED test sometime soon, but know that you need some extra help in the Social Studies and Science sections of the test, then this hands-on class is for you. Through exercises completed both in and outside of class, participants will review the five basic social studies areas: United States history, world history, government, economics and geography. The Science portion will review life science, earth and space science and physical science. Pre-test and Post-test will be given. Instructional materials are provided. Please contact the Adult High School/GED office for additional information at 713/718-7613. For your convenience, counseling and registration will be by phone. Requirements: Students must have completed the tenth grade and need a basic review before taking the GED. Official GED Test Requirements: Student must be able to provide supporting documentation in order to take the test. GED testing Centers 16 -years-old, • • • • • • • • • Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID Social Security Card (optional) Withdrawal form from high school Parental consent form Parent must accompany student for registration at least one week before the test • Court Order GED transcripts can be verified on-line and printed immediately with a credit card or check. Go to https://bass.tea.state.TX.us/Tea.GEDi.Web/ Forms/CertificateSearch.aspx For additional information, please contact a testing center near you. 17-years-old • • • • • NE – Northline Campus, 8001 Fulton, 713.718.8073 SE – Eastside, 6815 Rustic, 713.718.7041 SW – West Loop Campus, 5601 West Loop South, 713.718.7717 CE - Central Campus , 1300 Holman St., 713.718.6011 Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID Social Security Card (optional) Withdrawal form from high school Parental consent form Parent must accompany student for registration at least one week before the test 18-years-old • Valid Texas ID, Driver’s License or Government Issue ID • Social Security Card (optional) • Registration in person at least one week before the test 15
  18. 18. GED test results The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is pleased to announce the launch of its new automated system for ordering General Education Development (GED) certificates. GED test takers and certificate holders can now immediately download and print their official GED certificates, complete with test scores by visiting http://www.texged.com. GED certificates can only be obtained through this website. Both the old style certificate and the new Certificate of High School Equivalency are to be recognized, however, TEA will only be issuing the new certificate for examinees. Additionally, in order to increase the level of customer service provided to GED customers, the agency is implementing an improved, decentralized process. While TEA will continue to serve as the state administrator for GED, the local GED testing centers across the state will now be providing direct customer service, responding to, and supporting GED customers. Local GED testing centers will serve as the primary information resource for all GED inquiries. To learn more about obtaining a GED, locating a local GED testing center, or any other GED-related information, and to order GED certificates online, go to http://www.texged.com. Please note that orders for GED certificates can only be placed online at this website. For GED customers who do not have access to a computer, please direct them to call 1-800-62-MYGED (1-800-626-9433) to find their local GED testing center. Please note that TEA staff will no longer receive or respond to telephone inquiries regarding GED. TEST PREPARATION GED REVIEW CEC 7529 This course is a general GED review intended for those students who have completed the tenth grade and need a basic review before taking the GED test. This class is for test review only and not intended as remediation. Pre-test and Post-test will be given. Instructional material are provided. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 82350 MW 01/20/14-02/17/14 05:00pm-09:00pm 36 $200 NWACEU TBA Gulfton Center 82344 S F 01/17/14-02/14/14 08:00am-12:00pm 36 $200 01/17/14-02/14/14 05:00pm-09:00pm SWGULF TBA SWGULF TBA Missouri City Campus 82352 TTh 02/18/14-03/18/14 05:00pm-09:00pm 36 $200 SWMOCC 107 Northline Campus 82348 SSu 02/15/14-03/15/14 08:00am-12:00pm 36 $200 NENOLN TBA Spring Branch Campus 82346 S F 01/17/14-02/14/14 08:00am-12:00pm 36 $200 01/17/14-02/14/14 05:00pm-09:00pm NWSPBR TBA NWSPBR TBA 16
  19. 19. Health Certificates HCC’s School of Continuing Education (SCE) offers state-of-the-art training in the healthcare field! Whether it is telemetry, phlebotomy, EKG, certified nurse aide, medical billing and coding or medical records—HCC offers the training to get you into the job field fast! With SCE’s fast-track training, you can go from unemployed to working in as little as three to nine months in a field that is not only going to put you to work, but help the community in which you live. PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN The Phlebotomy Technician is trained to perform a variety of blood collection methods. Preparation for licensure/certification. Our continuing education health careers program offers you a variety of options and experiences. For example, if you desire a career with direct patient care experience, you might consider the Certified Nurse Aide program. Or, if you gravitate toward analytical study and direct patient contact, you might prefer the Phlebotomy and/or Electrocardiography programs. For those of you who prefer a business or office environment, but still want to be a part of the health care field, then we recommend health information technology. This field combines the knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and medical process/procedures/regulations with business skills such as data processing, computer software applications, and customer service. Regardless of your personal inclination, CE Health has a program for you! I hope that you will take a moment to review our options, and will attend one of our information sessions soon! PLAB 1091 Phlebotomy EX am Review 8 hrs Total 216 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,350 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235 PLAB 1023 Phlebotomy PLAB 1060 Phlebotomy Clinical Optional Courses 96 hrs 120 hrs EKG TECHNICIAN EKG technicians are trained to record and monitor the heart’s electrical activity and to recognize and evaluate heart rhythms. Preparation for licensure/certification. Candace Pardue, SCE Program Director, Health ECRD 1011 Electrocardiography ECRD 1091 EKG Lab 1 - 12 Lead ECRD 1091 EKG Lab 2 - Stress Testing CVTT 1060 Electrocardiography Clinical Optional Courses Requirements: EMSP 1016 12- Lead Interpretation 24 hrs Total 240 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,485 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235 Students taking health certificate programs that have direct contact with patients may be required to meet or obtain the following: • • • • • • • PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN The Patient Care Technician, also known as a PCT, Level 3, is a nationally recognized certification for certified nurse aides with phlebotomy and EKG training. Preparation for licensure/certification. Proof of completion of Hepatitis B vaccine series Criminal Background Check Drug Screening CPR Certification for healthcare provider or professional rescuer Hospital scrubs and student identification badge Flu Shot Current immunizations: Tetanus, Measles, Mumps, Rubella, TB SkinTest, Chicken Pox (Varicella) NURA 1001 Certified Nurse Aide 104hrs (Current CNA licensure accepted in lieu of NURA 1001) PLAB 1023 Phlebotomy 96 hrs PLAB 1060 Phlebotomy Clinical 120 hrs ECRD 1091 EKG Lab 1 - 12 lead 32 hrs Total 352 - Certificate Cost: $2,430 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7031 TPEG Eligible CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE (CNA ) This training prepares you to enter the field of nursing. You will be prepared for entry-level employment in long-term care facilities, doctor’s offices and hospitals. Preparation for licensure/certification. NURA 1001 Certified Nurse Aide Total 104 hrs - Certificate Cost: $765 TELEMETRY TECHNICIAN The Telemetry Technician is trained to monitor the heart’s electrical activity within the medical setting. 104 hrs ECRD 1011 Electrocardiography 64 hrs EMSP 1016 12 - Lead Interpretation 24 hrs CVTT 1060 EKG Clinica 120 hrs Total 208 - Certificate Cost: $1,170 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7235 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.7583/7031 HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALIST Learn medical terminology, acronyms, and abbreviations; understand different health insurance plans and procedures, as well as medical billing software and claims processing along with coding. Preparation for licensure/certification. HITT 1005 Medical Terminology POFM 1017 Medical Administrative Support HITT 1013 Medical Coding POFM 1027 Medical Billing Optional Courses 64 hrs 32 hrs 24 hrs 120 hrs 64 hrs 64 hrs 64 hrs 64 hrs HITT 2000 HIPAA Professional Seminar 8 hrs Total 256 hrs - Certificate Cost: $1,836 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/health or 713.718.8235/2754 TPEG Eligible Eligible 17
  20. 20. HEALTH -713.718.7583 - hccs.edu/ce/health NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date HEALTH ADVANCED MEDICAL CODING Time Hours Fee EKG LAB 1, 12-LEAD BLDG/ROOM ECRD 1091 Theory and application of patient assessment and history, vital signs, documentation, and performing a basic 12-lead and 3-lead electrocardiograph with an emphasis on patient preparation, and correct lead placement. HITT 2046 In depth, intensive coverage of ICD and CPT coding by medical specialty, conventions, guidelines and principles as they apply to accurate coding of complex medical, surgical cases and procedures. Alief - Bissonnet Campus West Loop Center 35842 T 35862 MW 02/12/14-04/02/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 48 $499 42800 MW 04/21/14-06/02/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 48 $499 Eastside Campus CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE SWWLOP TBA SWWLOP TBA 35841 M W NURA 1001 This course prepares you for entry level work in the field of nursing. You will gain the knowledge and skills to safely care for residents/patients/clients, in all health care settings. The class provides special focus on safety, the rights of all residents/patients/clients, and the ability to function within a CNAís Scope of Practice. This tri-level course includes: 1) theory, 2) skills lab, and 3) clinical rotation in a Long Term Care Facility. After successful completion, you are eligible to take the State of Texas Certification Exam. ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (EKG) NWACEU 178 NWACEU 178 NECODW TBA SESEWFB 106 SESEWFB 106 SESEWFB 106 ECG 12-LEAD INTERPRETATION 35840 MW 01/27/14-05/05/14 05:00pm-07:30pm 64 $545 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (EKG) CLINICAL NWTBA NWTBA CEGAYHL 141 CEGAYHL 141 SWWLOP C204 SWWLOP C204 ECG RHYTHM STRIP ANALYSIS FOR THE HEALTHCARE 35843 TWTh 01/28/14-03/20/14 35844 TWTh 02/25/14-04/24/14 42797 TWTh 03/25/14-05/15/14 42798 TWTh 04/29/14-06/19/14 42799 TWTh 05/27/14-07/17/14 EMSP 1016 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 $475 $475 $475 $475 $475 ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE HITT 1011 Gain the ability to define operational and strategic objectives for electronic medical records management. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the hardware and software for proper utilization of processed patient information for management purposes. Experience comprehensive training in the new field of the electronic medical record, and hands-on practice with demo versions of electronic medical software. SESEWFB 112 ECRD 1091 This course focuses on the fundamentals of the structure and analysis of ECG rhythm strips, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment interventions. Content includes the cardiac cycle, lead placement, sinus, atria, functional and ventricular rhythms and AV blocks. Practice includes interactive rhythm analysis, interpretation and recognition of cardiac emergencies. Cardiac interventions and medications also covered. Central Campus 35855 TTh 02/13/14-04/15/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 42812 TTh 04/17/14-06/10/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 HIPAA BASIC COMPLIANCE Eastside Campus 42795 MW 02/24/14-04/23/14 05:30pm-07:30pm 32 $229 CVTT 1060 Eastside Campus Eastside Campus 03/07/14-05/09/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 24 $150 SESEWFB 112 Health related, work-based learning experience that helps students gain practical experience in electrocardiography. The emphasis is on practical work experience for which the student has already acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge and basic skills of performing a 12-lead EKG. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional within the hospital or clinic generally a clinical preceptor. This course includes instruction and practice of interpretation of 12-lead electrocardiograms. Advanced concepts, including axis deviation, bundle branch blocks, hypertrophy, myocardial infarction, medication and electrolyte effects and artificial pacemakers are discussed. 42796 F ECRD 1011 Eastside Campus West Loop Center 35839 M-Th 01/21/14-03/06/14 09:00am-01:00pm 104 $765 42793 M-Th 03/17/14-04/29/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 104 $765 SESEWFB 112 This course focuses on the fundamentals of the structure and analysis of ECG rhythm strips, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment interventions. Content includes the cardiac cycle, lead placement, sinus, atria, functional and ventricular rhythms and AV blocks. Practice includes interactive rhythm analysis, interpretation and recognition of cardiac emergencies. Cardiac interventions and medications also covered. South Campus 35834 M-Th 01/21/14-03/06/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 104 $765 42790 M-Th 03/24/14-05/06/14 08:30am-12:30pm 104 $765 ECRD 1091 42794 MW 03/31/14-05/07/14 08:00pm-10:00pm 24 $150 Cinco Ranch 35836 M-Th 02/10/14-04/02/14 09:00am-01:00pm 104 $765 42791 M-Th 04/07/14-05/20/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 104 $765 SESEWFB 112 SESEWFB 112 Eastside Campus Eastside Campus 35837 S 01/11/14-04/19/14 08:30am-04:30pm 104 $765 35838 M-Th 02/24/14-04/15/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 104 $765 42792 M-Th 04/07/14-05/20/14 09:00am-01:00pm 104 $765 NWACEU 182 Principles and procedures of stress testing and Holter monitoring. Emphasis is on patient preparation and instruction, correct lead placement, blood pressure monitoring, and appropriate intervention by the cardiac technician. Clinical significance of abnormalities is discussed. Codwell Hall Campus 35835 M-Th 02/03/14-03/26/14 09:00am-01:00pm 104 $765 01/27/14-03/26/14 07:30pm-10:00pm 32 $315 01/27/14-03/26/14 08:00pm-10:00pm EKG LAB 2, STRESS TESTING Alief - Bissonnet Campus 35832 S 01/11/14-04/19/14 08:30am-04:30pm 104 $765 35833 M-Th 02/24/14-04/15/14 09:00am-01:00pm 104 $765 01/28/14-03/25/14 12:30pm-04:30pm 32 $315 CEJBW 203 CEJBW 203 HITT 2000 Short term class covering various aspects of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability ACT (HIPAA). SESEWFB 112 18
  21. 21. HEALTH -713.718.7583 - hccs.edu/ce/health NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date 01/11/14-01/18/14 09:00am-01:00pm 8 05/03/14-05/10/14 09:00am-01:00pm 8 $125 $125 INTRAVENOUS THERAPY Fee 42804 TTh 04/22/14-06/12/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 RNSG 1003 MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT 42817 TTh 04/17/14-06/11/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 42818 TTh 04/17/14-06/11/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 35846 M-Th 01/15/14-02/12/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 NECODW TBA Eastside Campus 35847 MW 02/19/14-04/21/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBA West Loop Center 35848 MW 02/10/14-04/14/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 35849 MW 02/10/14-04/14/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 NWACEU 139 PHLEBOTOMY NECODW TBA SWWLOP TBA SWWLOP TBA PLAB 1023 This course provides skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods on adults, children, and infants using proper techniques and standard precautions. Emphasis is on patient identification, infection control and specimen handling. Topics include professionalism, ethics, medical terminology and basic anatomy and physiology relating to blood analysis. Designed for students seeking national certification in phlebotomy. This course is included in the Phlebotomy Technician certificate. SESEWFB TBA West Loop Center MEDICAL BILLING NWACEU 139 Codwell Hall Campus Eastside Campus 35871 TTh 02/11/14-04/10/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 35872 TTh 02/11/14-04/10/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 HITT 1005 35845 MW 02/19/14-04/21/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 POFM 1017 Codwell Hall Campus 35854 TTh 02/18/14-04/17/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SWWLOP TBA SWWLOP TBA Alief - Bissonnet Campus SESEWFB 112 Alief - Bissonnet Campus 35853 M-Th 02/13/14-03/20/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 SESEWFB TBA This class will help you become an expert in medical terminology. Knowledge of medical terminology is a basic requirement for most careers in the health care field. You will be able to identify, spell, and define medical terms. Introduction to basic medical office skills including telephone techniques, filing and indexing, mail handling, appointment scheduling, travel arrangements, correspondence and business transactions, and office machines. Pre-requisite: Medical Terminology. 35852 TTh 02/18/14-04/17/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 NECODW TBA West Loop Center Eastside Campus 01/31/14-03/07/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 24 $295 BLDG/ROOM Eastside Campus SWWLOP TBA SWWLOP TBA This course is designed for the healthcare professional who desires to review and apply venipuncture skills to the techniques of intravenous therapy. The student will learn basic IV therapy theory and technologies and the proper techniques in performing venipuncture and IV therapy. Information regarding fluids, electrolytes, blood products, cardiovascular system physiology, medications, risks and complications in IV therapy will be discussed. 35867 F Hours 42803 M-Th 03/24/14-04/17/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 West Loop Center 35861 S 42813 S Time SWWLOP TBA SWWLOP TBA POFM 1027 This course provides practical billing applications using medical software. Learning how to show linkage of coding systems (ICD, CPT, HCPCS, and DSM), you will be able to successfully and accurately submit medical claims for reimbursement. Alief - Bissonnet Campus Alief - Bissonnet Campus 35863 TTh 01/28/14-05/08/14 06:00pm-09:30pm 96 $825 42805 MW 04/23/14-06/18/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 35864 S 01/25/14-05/10/14 08:00am-03:30pm 96 $825 35865 MW 01/27/14-05/07/14 01:00pm-04:30pm 96 $825 Eastside Campus NWACEU 139 PHLEBOTOMY CLINICAL CEJBW 203 Codwell Hall Campus 36069 M-Th 01/06/14-02/03/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 42807 M-Th 04/21/14-05/15/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 35868 TWTh 01/28/14-03/20/14 35869 TWTh 02/25/14-04/24/14 42814 TWTh 03/25/14-05/15/14 42815 TWTh 04/29/14-06/19/14 42816 TWTh 05/27/14-07/17/14 SESEWFB TBA West Loop Center 42811 MW 04/16/14-06/05/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 MEDICAL CODING 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 01:00am-06:00am 120 $525 $525 $525 $525 $525 PHLEBOTOMY FOR THE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL SWWLOP TBA SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE SEOCSE PLAB 1091 The course is designed for phlebotomy students and phlebotomists currently working in the field who wish to take a national certification exam. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the proper techniques used for quality assurance, infection prevention, patient identification, professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology. HITT 1013 Prerequisite: Medical Terminology. Provides skills and knowledge in the medical records field for ICD-9 and CPT coding of insurance forms for reimbursement of medical service. Textbook required. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 42802 TTh 04/22/14-06/12/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 PLAB 1060 Eastside Campus NECODW TBA NECODW TBA Eastside Campus 42808 MW 04/23/14-06/18/14 09:00am-01:00pm 64 $459 SESEWFB 112 Work based experience that helps students gain practical experience in the discipline of phlebotomy. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional within the hospital or clinic. Central Campus 42806 MW 04/16/14-06/05/14 05:30pm-09:30pm 64 $459 NWACEU 182 NWACEU 182 NWACEU 139 Eastside Campus Codwell Hall Campus 35866 TTh 02/18/14-05/01/14 06:00pm-08:00pm 40 $325 19 SESEWFB 112
  22. 22. Information Technology Certificates The Information Technology (IT) department offers a variety of courses in some of the fastest growing IT fields. HCC offers state-of-the-art training with expert instructors that will get you out of the classroom and into the workforce in as little as two to nine months. Current starting salaries for jobs in the IT field range from $30,000-$60,000 a year. Register Today! PLANT Design MANAGEMENT System (PDMS) These classes concentrate on learning pipe drafting particularly as it applies to off-shore drilling for the oil, gas and energy industries. PDMS (Plant Design Management System) is 3-D Pipe Drafting software used mainly for off-shore and on-shore oil and gas industry. PDMS is also used for engineering, design and construction projects, chemical and process plants, water treatment plants, power plants, paper and pulp manufacturing. PDMS also has a marine application as well. Information technology (IT) has become a vital and integral part of every business. From multi-national corporations who maintain networks and databases to small businesses that own a single computer, IT plays a role. The use of computer technology in business makes our lives simpler by enabling faster communication, providing tools for more effective work, and giving us access to vast information. But what happens when computer failure occurs or the network connection goes down, production comes to a halt. DFTG 1091 Basics & Functions DFTG 1091 PDMS Equipment DFTG 1091 PDMS Piping DFTG 1091 PDMS Drawing Production, Basic DFTG 1 091 PDMS Drawing Production, Advanced DFTG 1091 Intro PDMS Structural DFTG 1091 PDMS Structural, Basic Total 144 hrs - Certificate Cost: $3,456 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 That’s where IT specialists come in. They get computer networks, or user computers, up and running after a failure but that’s not all they do. Their work varies widely: they upgrade computer software; set up and maintain the servers on which the company’s applications run; and build and maintain the databases that users rely on to gather information to serve customers. network + CERTIFICATION Network + Technicians assist in the installation, and maintenance of LANs and/or WANs. CPMT 1049 Network Certification 64 hrs Total 64 hrs - Certificate Cost: $534 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641/2798 WIA Eligible If continued learning, opportunity for advancement, and staying on the cutting edge of computer technology interests you then HCC can help you meet your training goals in the exciting field of Information Technology. Let us work together on your path to success. Hector J. Garza, SCE Program Director of Information Technology Server Administrator 2008 MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) Server Administrator curriculum is a valuable credential for IT professionals working in the systems administration and design departments of medium-to-large organizations. You will learn the skills necessary to install, configure and maintain the client and server operating systems, monitor performance and support users as well as effectively design, install, and support a variety of network services, security measures and protocols needed in a managed network. The prerequisites for this program are ITMT 1040 Managing & Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Environment and ITMT 1050 Managing & Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure. Prior Computer Networking experience or Hardware and Software training (i.e. A+ Certification) required and ITMT 1040 Managing & Maintaining a Windows Server 2008 Environment. A+ CERTIFICATION The A+ Certification is a nationally recognized standard for computer technicians. ITSC 2040 A+ Certification Total 72 hrs - Certificate Cost: $517 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.2798 72 hrs DESKTOP SUPPORT & NETWORKING SPECIALIST PROGRAM Training covers A+ computer repair and CCNA networking. Students learn how to repair computers and install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size route and switched networks. ITSC ITCC ITCC ITCC ITCC 2040 A+ Certification 1001 CCNA1: EXploration I Network Fundamentals 1004 CCNA 2: EXploration 2 Routing Portocols & Concepts 2008 CCNA 3: EXploration 3 LAN Switching & Wireless 2010 CCNA 4: EXploration 4 Accessing the WAN Total 392 hrs - Certificate Cost: $2,937 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 WIA Eligible 16 hrs 24 hrs 24 hrs 24 hrs 16 hrs 24 hrs 16 hrs 72 hrs ITMT 2002 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration ITMT 2001 Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration ITMT 2051 Windows Server 2008 Administration Total: 192 hrs – Certificate Cost: $2,100 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 80 hrs 80 hrs 80 hrs 80 hrs 20 64 hrs 64 hrs 64 hrs
  23. 23. SAP SAP (System Applications and Products in Data Processing) classes are geared for the professional using SAP in their own work environment, during implementation, upgrade, or maintenance. Classes cover information required for various SAP certification exams. Any three classes within the SAP curriculum totaling 144 hours will earn a Marketable Skills Award. BMGT 1091 SAP End User Applications ACNT 1092 SAP FICO Financial Training ITSE 1091 SAP Logisitics with Materials Management BMGT 1092 SAP Sales and Distribution HRPO 1091 SAP Human Capital Management ITSY 1091 SAP Security Total 288 hrs - Cost Per Course: $1,495 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 WIA Eligible Cisco Academy at HCC CCNA-CISCO Certified network associate The HCC-Cisco Network Academy CCNA Exploration course provides an integrated and comprehensive coverage of networking topics, from fundamentals to advanced applications and services, while providing opportunities for hands-on practical experience and soft-skills development. 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs ITCC 1001 CCNA EXploration 1 - Network Fundamentals 80 hrs ITCC 1004 CCNA EXplortion 2 - Routing, Protocols & Concepts 80 hrs ITCC 2008 CCNA EXploration 3 - LAN Switching & Wireless 80 hrs ITCC 2010 CCNA EXploration 4 - Accessing the WAN 80 hrs Total 240 hrs - Total Cost: $2,420 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 CCNP-CISCO Certified network Professional The HCC Cisco Network Academy CCNP curriculum is designed for students seeking career oriented, enterprise-level networking skills. The CCNP course set helps students develop the skills needed to succeed in information and communication technology careers and prepare for the globally recognized and respected Cisco CCNP certification. ITCC 2054 CCNP-ROUTE Implementing IP Routing ITCC 2055 CCNP-SWITCH Implementing IP Switching ITCC 2056 CCNP-TSHOOT Maintaining & Troubleshooting IP Networks Total 320 hrs - Total Cost: $3,051 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 112 hrs 96 hrs 112 hrs CCNA-security The HCC-Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Security course provides a neXt step for individuals who want to enhance their CCNA-level skill set and help meet the growing demand for network security professionals. Note: Current CCNA certification, CCNA-level knowledge or successful completion of CCNA Semester 4 of a Cisco Network Academy is required. ITCC 2041 CCNA-Security Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security Total 80 hrs - Cost: $805 For more information: hccs.edu/ce/it or 713.718.7641 21 80 hrs
  24. 24. Information Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/it NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date COMPUTERS Fee ITSC 2040 35998 TTh 01/07/14-01/23/14 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 42921 TTh 04/15/14-05/01/14 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 NWACEU 138 NWACEU 138 NWACEU 138 C#.NET 2008, ADVANCED SESEWFB 220 SESEWFB 220 SESEWFB 220 35814 TTh 12/03/13-12/19/13 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 SEFFAC 215 C++ PROGRAMMING, INTRODUCTION Katy Campus 36040 MW 01/22/14-04/16/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 36041 S 02/08/14-04/12/14 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 42923 TTh 03/18/14-05/29/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 NWKATY 205 NWKATY 205 NWKATY 205 NWSBCC TBA ACTIVE DATA OBJECTS.NET 35973 S SWWLOP C144 SWWLOP C144 SWWLOP C144 SWWLOP C144 ITSC 1091 West Loop Center 36066 MW 02/19/14-05/05/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 42951 MW 03/03/14-05/14/14 08:00am-12:00pm 80 $605 NWACEU 138 CCNA 4: CISCO EXPLORATION 4-ACCESSING THE WAN ITSC 1091 36067 MW 02/19/14-05/05/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 80 $605 NWACEU 138 KEYBOARDING, BASIC SWWLOP C143 POFT 1010 The student will learn skill development in keyboarding. Emphasis will be on alphabet, number, and symbol keys by touch. ITSC 1091 This course will expand your knowledge of C#. The subjects included are arrays, modifiers, streams, windows programming, events, databases, collections and exception handling. Prerequisite: Introduction to C#. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36052 S Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36002 TTh 02/11/14-02/27/14 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 42922 TTh 05/13/14-05/29/14 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 ITCC 2010 West Loop Center Alief - Bissonnet Campus C#, INTERMEDIATE SWWLOP C143 SWWLOP C143 Accessing the WAN operations and implementation in the LAN environment. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks. This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. These include applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators and advanced file access. Prerequisite: Intermediate C#. 42917 TTh 03/18/14-04/03/14 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 NWKATY 206 Introduction to architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the internet use of OSI and TCP layered models and services at the applications, network, data link, and physical layers. Principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations. Alief - Bissonnet Campus C#, ADVANCED 02/08/14-04/05/14 08:30am-01:30pm 40 $486 CCNA 2: CISCO EXPLORATION 2-ROUTING PROTOCOLS & CONCEPTS ITCC 1004 This 24 hour course introduces you to database applications using Visual Basic.NET. You learn how to create and work with the new database objects using Active X Data Objects .NET. You will review basics of database using SQL Server and the Structured Query Language SQL. 35813 MW 12/02/13-12/18/13 05:45pm-09:45pm 24 $377 ITSE 1003 Katy Campus West Loop Center $517 $517 $517 $517 NWACEU 138 This training helps beginning students to understand the important details necessary to become skilled programmers at an introductory level. Students will be introduced to C++ and learn about procedural and object-oriented programming. The class provides basic programming concepts and techniques like functions and loops, Spring Branch Campus 36049 MW 01/27/14-04/16/14 08:00am-12:00pm 72 $517 ITSC 1091 Alief - Bissonnet Campus Felix Fraga Academic Campus 35988 MW 02/10/14-05/05/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 NWACEU 138 NWACEU 138 Learn how to create user components, how to create, handle and manage events and program flow as well as generics and enumerated collections. Also learn In-memory queries and Windows Presentation Foundation and how to how to deploy windows applications. Eastside Campus 35994 TTh 01/14/14-04/03/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 36022 S 01/25/14-03/29/14 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 36024 MW 02/10/14-05/05/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 ITSC 1091 Alief - Bissonnet Campus Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36027 MW 01/13/14-04/09/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 36030 TTh 01/28/14-04/17/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 $517 36031 S 02/15/14-04/26/14 08:00am-04:00pm 72 $517 BLDG/ROOM This course introduces students to Microsoft’s new programming language C#. It combines the best features of Java, C# and Visual Basic and can be created as a console or internet application. The basic of coding and object-oriented programming are studied along with base classes, name spaces, classes and objects. Emphasis on microcomputers and required software components. Topics include site preparation; installation procedures; components; power supplies; modems; printers; switches; operating, help, and security systems; packaged programs; utilities; languages; and operating procedures. This class prepares the student for the A+ Certification test. 01/08/14-04/07/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 01/14/14-04/03/14 08:00am-12:00pm 72 01/18/14-03/22/14 08:00am-04:00pm 72 02/04/14-04/24/14 06:00pm-09:15pm 72 Hours C#, INTRODUCTION A+ CERTIFICATION 35976 MW 35984 TTh 35981 S 35978 TTh Time 01/18/14-02/22/14 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $160 NWACEU 137 Katy Campus NWACEU 138 NWACEU 138 36055 MW 02/10/14-03/12/14 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $160 22 NWKATY 206
  25. 25. Information Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/it NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE PROFESSIONAL, ADVANCE BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date PDMS DRAWING PRODUCTION, ADVANCED 42949 TTh 04/08/14-04/17/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 42947 MW 04/21/14-04/30/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 ITSC 1006 PDMS DRAWING PRODUCTION, INTRODUCTION 42948 TTh 03/18/14-04/03/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $576 42946 MW 03/31/14-04/16/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $576 PDMS EQUIPMENT SESEWFB 220 NWKATY 206 36054 MW 02/03/14-02/24/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 DFTG 1091 NWACEU 136 Spring Branch Campus 36057 TTh 01/28/14-02/13/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 PDMS PIPING NWACEU 139 NWACEU 139 NWSBCC TBA DFTG 1091 This course will provide students with thorough knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands for modeling Pipes and Piping components. It will introduce them to creating and modifying piping hierarchy and individual components. SESEWFB 220 Alief - Bissonnet Campus West Loop Center NETWORK+ CERTIFICATION NWACEU 136 NWACEU 136 Alief - Bissonnet Campus ITSC 1009 Eastside Campus 42950 MW 03/03/14-04/16/14 09:00am-12:00pm 48 $310 DFTG 1091 This 24 hour class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands for modeling equipment items. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36063 TTh 02/18/14-04/17/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $310 NWACEU 136 NWACEU 136 Alief - Bissonnet Campus Course covers the most commonly used features of the Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. 36059 S 01/11/14-04/05/14 09:00am-01:00pm 48 $310 36062 MW 02/10/14-04/14/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 48 $310 DFTG 1091 This class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands for modeling draft database elements. It will introduce them to creating a Modifying Draft Hierachy and individual drawing elements. Katy Campus MS OFFICE SUITE, PROFESSIONALS NWSBCC TBA Alief - Bissonnet Campus NWACEU 139 Eastside Campus 36064 TTh 01/14/14-01/30/14 09:00am-01:00pm 24 $161 BLDG/ROOM This 16 hours class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of the automated drawing production tools and utilities. A study of microprocessor architecture, file creation / deletion, data entry and manipulation, automatic file execution, configuration, and directory commands. Students will learn to recognize differences among microprocessor types; create, copy, and delete files; enter and edit data; execute programs; and use appropriate file structure commands. This course focuses on the basics of computer competency, terminology, multi-tasking, multiple program usage and multimedia features in a relaxed and supportive setting. 36065 MW 01/27/14-02/24/14 06:00pm-09:00pm 24 $161 Fee 36056 TTh 01/14/14-01/23/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 Alief - Bissonnet Campus MICROSOFT WINDOWS, INTRODUCTION Hours Spring Branch Campus ITSC 2031 The course prepares students for advanced skills in word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. During the course of the class the students will learn how to integrate one application with the others. Creating macros and advanced functions and auditing. Customizing database by creating a navigation form. 42953 MW 04/21/14-06/16/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $448 Time 42941 MW 03/03/14-03/26/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 SWWLOP C144 NWACEU 136 Spring Branch Campus CPMT 1049 Network + Technicians assist in installing, setting up, testing, maintaining, and troubleshooting local area network (LANs) and/or wide area network (WANs). They are responsible for routine tasks such as adding new accounts, assigning passwords, and keeping a variety of logs. Network + Technicians communicate with LAN Managers or Network Analysts about specific network problems, and are involved in updating and/or repairing systems. 36058 TTh 02/18/14-03/06/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 Felix Fraga Academic Campus Alief - Bissonnet Campus 42874 TTh 03/18/14-05/08/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $534 PDMS STRUCTURAL, ADVANCED SEFFAC 215 42945 TTh 02/25/14-03/06/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 PDMS STRUCTURAL, BASIC 01/25/14-03/22/14 08:00am-04:00pm 64 $534 PDMS BASICS & FUNCTIONS SWWLOP C130 DFTG 1091 DFTG 1091 Alief - Bissonnet Campus This class will provide students with a general knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands. This is the backbone of learning to use the PDMS system. It will introduce them to the database hierarchy structure and terminology. 36061 TTh 02/04/14-02/20/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $576 Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36053 MW 01/13/14-01/27/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 36060 TTh 01/21/14-01/30/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 16 $384 NWACEU 136 This 24 hours class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands for modeling steel beams and columns. It will introduce them to creating and modifying structural hierarchy and SCTN components. NWSPBR 218 West Loop Center 35985 S DFTG 1091 This 16 hours class will provide students with a thorough knowledge of the PDMS tools and commands for modeling steel beams and columns. It will introduce them to creating and modifying structural hierarchy and SCTN components. Spring Branch Campus 35987 TTh 02/11/14-04/10/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $534 NWSBCC TBA NWACEU 136 NWACEU 136 23 NWACEU 136
  26. 26. Information Technology - 713.718.2798/7641 - hccs.edu/ce/it NO. Days Date Time Hours Fee SAP END USER APPLICATIONS BLDG/ROOM NO. Days Date BMGT 1091 SERVER 2008 NETWORK CONFIGURATION A hands-on review of the major areas of human resources as illustrated through using PeopleSoft enterprise resource software applications. SAP FICO FINANCIAL TRAINING Hours Fee BLDG/ROOM ITMT 2001 A course in Windows Server 2008 networking infrastructure to include installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of Internet Protocol (IP) addressing, network services and security. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 36044 S 01/11/14-02/15/14 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1,495 36046 TTh 01/14/14-02/20/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 48 $1,495 36047 MW 02/03/14-03/24/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 48 $1,495 Time Alief - Bissonnet Campus NWACEU 135 NWACEU 135 NWACEU 135 42871 MW 04/02/14-05/28/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $700 STRATA-INTRODUCTION TO HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ACNT 1092 NWACEU 139 ITSC 1010 A study of accounting concepts and their application in transaction analysis and financial statement preparation. Emphasis on the accounting cycle for service and merchandising enterprises. Emphasis on microcomputers and required software components. Topics include site preparation; installation procedures; components; power supplies; modems; printers; switches; operating, help, and security systems; packaged programs; utilities; languages; and operating procedures. Alief - Bissonnet Campus Alief - Bissonnet Campus 42935 S 04/26/14-05/31/14 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1,495 NWACEU 135 35990 MW 01/06/14-01/27/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 24 $212 Spring Branch Campus 42942 S 03/01/14-04/12/14 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1,495 SAP HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (HCM) NWSPBR 218 35992 TTh 01/14/14-01/30/14 08:00am-12:00pm 24 $212 HRPO 2005 This overview introduces managers and HR professionals to the theories and concepts of OD, helps them develop an OD vocabulary, and builds the skills and tools necessary to apply OD solutions. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 42937 TTh 02/25/14-04/10/14 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1,495 42939 MW 04/02/14-05/12/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 48 $1,495 NWACEU 135 NWACEU 135 SAP LOGISTICS WITH MATERIALS MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION PLANNING ITSE 1091 This SAP training will teach the studetn how to implement large scale Enterprise Systems, concentrating on Logistics, Materials Management & Production Planning. The methodology covers initial program inception thru data conversions, materials Management, production Planning, Sales & Distribution, and other ERP Integrated areas. The configuration will be covered in detail. West Loop Center 42930 S 03/01/14-04/12/14 08:00am-04:00pm 48 $1,495 SAP SALES AND DISTRIBUTION SWWLOP C130 BMGT 1092 This course will teach the students how to implement large scales Enterprise Systems, concentrating on Sales and Distribution. This class covers enterprise structure, quote to cash full cycle experience and integration with various other Systems, Applications and Products (SAP) module including FICO, MM, PP and others. Katy Campus 36051 F 02/14/14-03/28/14 12:00pm-08:00pm 48 $1,495 SERVER 2008 ACTIVE DIRECTORY NWKATY 206 ITMT 2002 Students will be introduced to Active Directory Domain Services and learns how to implement and work with Active Directory Sites. Furthermore, this course covers security planning and administrative delegation, configure the user and computer environment using group policies, perform software installation with group polices, configure name resolution and configure active directory certificate services. Alief - Bissonnet Campus 35975 MW 01/22/14-03/26/14 06:00pm-10:00pm 64 $700 NWACEU 139 West Loop Center NWACEU 139 24 SWWLOP C130
  27. 27. Languages and CitizenshipIZENship Study with us and get ahead in your career! Take a placement test for our Workplace English English language programs. Call or visit us (in person or online) and enroll today! Placement test is required for all new students. Houston Community College has developed Innovative Workplace English programs to help students who are English language learners enroll in HCC’s technical or skills training courses. We offer a placement assessment and introductory, intermediate and advanced courses to improve English-language learning and communication (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) at work. Students must possess an intermediate level of English language skills to qualify for Workplace English in these areas: Become fluent and proficient in English. Day and evening classes begin every six to eight weeks, so enroll today. Our courses are organized to follow successful completion from one level to another. • • • • • • • • • Do you understand and speak English, but are not sure about using grammar correctly at work or in social settings? Do you find it difficult to communicate in English because you need help with pronunciation? Do you want to get a better job by improving your written and spoken English? Currently, the Houston Community College System registers over 5,699 international students, and over 3,000 students who live and work in the Houston area. These numbers reflect not only the international but the local demand for learning to read, write and communicate in the English language. HCC has proven to have a quality English Language Skills Program. Placement Test & Contact Information Daniel Benitez, 713.718.7581 daniel.benitez@hccs.edu Our ESL Program at HCC can prepare you for the future by giving you the English skills necessary for college success, prepare you for a career and ultimately for success in the multicultural, and multilingual society of Houston. Workplace Spanish Maria Bazan-Myrick, Program Director Languages Courses:, Basic English Language Skill English Language Skills English Language Skills 2 English Language Skills 3 English Language Skills 4 English Language Skills 5 Cost: $260 per course COMG 1000 COMG 1001 COMG 1004 COMG 1005 COMG 1007 COMG 1008 Spanish communication skills for the Workplace-Introductory is for students who want to learn the Spanish language for better communication with business customers and Spanish-speaking communities. Improve your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the Spanish language. You can do your own online practice! 60 hrs 60 hrs 60 hrs 60 hrs 60 hrs 60 hrs Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Courses Listening and Speaking (Introductory) COMG 1091 Listening and Speaking (Intermediate) COMG 1091 Listening and Speaking (Advanced 1 & 2) COMG 1091 Cost: $250 (48 Hrs.) and $260 (60 Hrs.) 48 hrs 48 hrs 60 hrs English Reading and Writing (Introductory) COMG 1091 English Reading and Writing (Intermediate) COMG 1091 English Reading and Writing (Advanced) COMG 1091 Cost: $250 (48 Hrs.) COMG 1015 COMG 1015 COMG 1015 COMG 1091 COMG 1091 The U.S. Residency Test Preparation class is for students interested in test preparation for U.S. Residency status through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Instruction for the test preparation for U.S. residency is conducted in the Spanish and English language; it is for students who are at a low-beginning level. The course emphasis is on the verbal interview, U.S. History and government, etc. The U.S. Citizenship Test Preparation class will be taught in the English language. The focus is on the interview/verbal component of the U.S. Citizenship Test and interview, which is based on the 100 questions and answers list. You will learn about U.S. History, american government, civics, and vocabulary. This course is conducted in English and requires Level 3 Placement Test. For more information call 713.718.7581. 22 hrs 22 hrs 48 hrs Grammar Skills – Part 1 Grammar Skills – Part 2 Cost: $250 (48 Hrs.) U.S. Citizenship and U.S. Residency Test Preparation 48 hrs 48 hrs 48 hrs Pronunciation Skills (Introductory A & B) Pronunciation Skills (Intermediate A & B) Pronunciation Skills (Intermediate) Cost: $122 (22 Hrs.) and $250 (48 Hrs.) Air Conditioning Technicians Automotive Technicians Certified Nurse Aides Computer Support Specialists Cosmetology Drawing and Drafting House Wiring Industry Safety Welding Technician To make an appointment for a Placement Test and Orientation Session, please visit our website: 48 hrs 48 hrs hccs.edu/ce/languages or call 713.718.7720 25

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